As the nights draw in and we are hanging onto one last burst of sunshine, chef Lisa Faulkner gives us a feast for our eyes and our palates in her Coastal Cottage series.
Lisa will be exploring the wilds of Wales and finding out about its local specialities in the kitchen. Set in a cottage in Pembrokeshire, today Lisa finds out how to cook Welsh cakes with her own cherry twist, before enjoying music from a traditional Welsh choir.
It's always a treat when Jamie Oliver comes in
Today Jamie Oliver joined us to share some super facts about his superfoods, including how carrots and beetroot weren't always as we know them today. In fact, the humble carrot actually looked completely different until it was changed by aristocracy!
Plus, things got very tasty as he showed us how jazz up our salmon with sesame seeds - a trick Holly will certainly be trying at home!
Jamie returns to the This Morning kitchen to reveal how he lost two stone by turning his back on comfort food in favour of healthy recipes he devised after learning from health and nutrition experts.
He's here today with his day on a plate - the ultimate breakfast, lunch and dinner the super food way.
Chef Angela Hartnett is in the kitchen showing us how to make the show-stopping dessert that defies all logic - a baked Alaska.
Are you guilty of burning the dinner? Or are you partial to undercooking the Sunday roast? On Monday's show, we'll be joined by king of the kitchen Jamie Oliver.
If you have any dinner dilemmas that you would like Jamie to answer, email firstname.lastname@example.org by 10:30am on Monday 16 November. Please include your name and a contact telephone number.
Last weekend, Britons and Americans reacted with confusion and disbelief after finding out that our beloved sausage roll exists on only one side of the Atlantic.
A recipe for sausage rolls in the New York Times, along with the claim that it was a traditional British dish served on Boxing Day, prompted neighbours across both sides of the pond to quiz each other about the culinary cultural difference.
Phil Vickery is here to allay any fears and show our American cousins how to cook and serve the perfect British sausage roll.
As the nights draw in and the weather gets even more grotty, slow cookers are flying off the shelves! But what should you look for when buying one and which ones are the best?
The Good Housekeeping Institute has just produced the ultimate review, and Alice Beer is here to showcase just a few of her favourites and reveal what you can create in them other than a humble stew.
Today Phil is making marinated lamb chops with mint, thyme and seed mustard, and to finish it off, roasted wonky veg on the side, to prove they taste just the same!